The Concept of 1984’s Totalitarian Government in the Rule of Kim Jong-Un in North Korea and Donald Trump in the United States of America

Glorious Ignorance Immense power and control, that is what every government wants. Orwell portrayed this in his novel 1984 through the Party, which manipulated the people through striking fear, consistent surveillance, and deprivation of knowledge. The totalitarian government essentially destroyed the individual’s self-identity because one they confirmed their purpose and personalities all bundled into one, … Read more

Social Media: Affordances, Practices, Disruptions

I argued in this dissertation that because Twitter and Facebook do not have the same affordances that people may express minority viewpoints on these platforms in differing ways. The affordances I considered were friend networks on each platform, visibility, and identifiability. I argued that on Twitter people may feel more free to express minority viewpoints … Read more

The world that speak the same language

The world speaks the same language, that is the title of my report I think what happens we all speak the same language? what could happen if they spoke the same language? what could be changed if we spoke the same language? , why we don’t speak the same language? , I think if they … Read more

Plenum Cable (CMP)

Plenum Cable (CMP) is cable that is laid in the plenum spaces of buildings. The plenum is the space that can facilitate air circulation for heating and air conditioning systems, by providing pathways for either heated/conditioned or return airflows. Space between the structural ceiling and the dropped ceiling or under a raised floor is typically … Read more

The Government Inspector, a play by Nikolai Gogol: A Critical Review of the Gossip of Zemlyanika

Within Nikolai Gogol’s The Government Inspector play, Artemi Philippovich Zemlyanika engages in gossip; Zemlyanika makes certain unconfirmed assertions about Judge Ammos Fyodorovich Lyapkin Tyapkin, Ivana Kuzmich Shpyokin, and Luka Lukich Khlopov. Although he serves alongside these three individuals within the local government, Zemlyanika speaks ill of these three colleagues. To this end, Zemlyanika claims that … Read more

The importance of preparation for interpreting assignment

Gaining familiarity with the subject matter to be discussed at an upcoming assignment is important. It is also said that no matter what kind of job you do, being prepared beforehand is of great significance; especially for interpreters, the more you are prepared, the better interpretation you will produce. According to Gillies (2013), the reason … Read more

How Advertising Affects Our Self-Esteem, Brain And Senses

In today’s world, advertising affects everyone. Sometimes it feels annoying for us to watch the ads of beauty products, food, cars and other stuff. However, we can’t deny the fact that advertising affects our self-esteem, brain and senses. There are two main targets of each promotion: men and women. They, of course, have different preferences, … Read more

Formal and informal communication

In an organization, the flow of communication can either be formal or informal. Communication that flows through normal channels can be upward, horizontal or downward. Communication that flows through informal organizational channels is generally referred to as grapevine. Previously, informal communication acted as a hindrance to the operations of an organization, but it is no … Read more

From Aristotle’S Rhetoric To Modern Digital Rhetoric

In today’s modern age originally, Aristotle defined rhetoric by any way of persuasion while appealing to emotion. Aristotle defines rhetoric as the counterpart of dialectic. A more definitive description of rhetoric is using symbolisms as a method of persuasion to clarify or an understanding. How Aristotle defines rhetoric leaves many ways to find possibilities to … Read more

Misleading and Deception in Advertising and Selling

The issue In today’s highly competitive, global market, companies are setting sales targets high to gain market share, increasing stock prices keeping the inventors happy. Leaders are taking a risk when they set unrealistic goals. In the challenging global environment, where everyone is replaceable, employees are tempted more than ever to break rules, regulations and … Read more

The Article “Eyewitness Testimony: The Influence Of The Wording Of A Question” By Elizabeth Loftus & Guido Zanni

The article “Eyewitness testimony: The influence of the wording of a question” by Elizabeth Loftus and Guido Zanni The article “Eyewitness testimony: The influence of the wording of a question” by Elizabeth Loftus and Guido Zanni, discuss the “ accuracy of an answer to a specific question can be noticeably influenced by the wording of … Read more

What is The Difference Between IPv6 and IPv4?

Internet Protocol (or IP) refers to the technical format of packets and the addressing scheme for computers to communicate over a network. Most networks combine the internet protocol with a higher-level protocol called Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) which establishes a virtual connection between destination and source. IP can be compared to something like the postal … Read more

Photoshopping images and how it impacts eating disorders

Photoshop According to “Number of Adults with Eating Disorders in The U.S in 2008-2012, by Age Group (in 1,000) on Statista, there were eleven thousand people between the age of eighteen to twenty-five years old who were diagnosed with anorexia nervosa. There were four thousand more people in the same age range that were diagnosed … Read more

Emoji language

The digital age has brought with it many innovations in technology. The creation of emojis is one such innovation that has remained a firm fixture in the use of language in the digital arena since its introduction in the 1990s (Alshenqeeti). Indeed, it could also be said that the use of emojis has become so … Read more

AT&T Company Analysis

Organization History The telephone was a creation by Alexander Graham in the year 1876 with the careful advisory of his financial associates Gardiner Hubbard and Thomas Sanders. Their innovation and success eventually manifested into the AT&T Company during the year 1885, and it acted as Bell’s secondary to plan and build the first operational long-distance … Read more

Jesse Singal “Social Media is Making Us Dumber. Here’s Exhibit A.” Critical Summary

Journalist Jesse Singal in his article “Social Media is Making Us Dumber. Here’s Exhibit A.” argues that people interested in discussing politics are falling victim to the brutal social media environment. Mr. Singal obtained a Master’s in Public Affairs at Princeton University and studied inequality in America, making him a credible source on the subject. … Read more

Why Hypnosis Is A Pseudoscience

Hypnosis as a Pseudoscience While hypnosis has been around since ancient times, its study as a ‘science’ occurred first in the 1700’s. A German doctor, Franz Mesmer, used this in the treatment of his patients, leading many to a newfound interest in hypnosis. Though originally thought of a science, and used to treat patients, it … Read more

Privilages Of Two Healthy Parent Relationships For Children Growing

Father Privilege Experiencing life in a fatherless home can have devastating effects on a person’s future. One of the biggest privileges that a person can be granted is being born into a stable family. In America, fatherless homes are a growing phenomenon which seems to be growing worse by the year. Statistics have revealed that … Read more

The differences between journalism and blogging

The meteoric rise of “uncensored, unmediated, uncontrolled” blogging as a method for reporting and commenting on news had a huge, and complex, effect on the nature of modern journalism (Blood, 2002, no pagination). According to Lowrey, “blogging can foster open, intelligent, and productive public discussion, and… bloggers can spur journalists to produce more accurate, honest, … Read more

The Different Lies of Kevin Trudeau

White-collar crimes are committed for the purpose of getting a financial gain. The crimes are most often times done through the internet, but can also be done in other ways as well. Kevin Trudeau used television as a way for him to advertise his book about weight loss, which was called The Weight Loss Cure … Read more

The Important Roles of the Speaker and Audience in Effective Communication

Effective communication involves effective speaking and active listening. Verbal exchanges in discussions are not sufficient in relaying messages. Other factors such as tonal variations and non-verbal cues are also crucial. Research has proven that non-verbal cues are the most useful devices in communication, followed by tonal variations and lastly verbal exchanges. Both the speaker and … Read more

Statement of Purpose for Technology

Right from my childhood I am fascinated towards technology whichever communicates each other. Being a kid, I loved playing with the telephone lines in my home and unwittingly listen to my cousin” discussions with the help of Two-line phone. At that time, Information flow from one end to another, using a device seemed straight out … Read more

Youtube Campaign For Flight Club

The YouTube campaign benefits from the superstars that go to the shop as each of them already has loyal fan base. Most of these supporters follow their favorite celebrities keenly online. Having the stars appear on the show guarantees that their fans will watch their favorite celebrities shopping, which in turn motivates the said fans … Read more

The Effects of Body Language on an Individual in Amy Cuddy’s Your Body Language May Shape Who You Are

While most don’t give it a second thought, body language is something everyone uses throughout their day. Body language is the process of communicating with others nonverbally, and social psychologist Amy Cuddy discusses why she believes that being more aware of one’s body language and purposefully altering it can drastically change their life in her … Read more

Intercultural Communication and Identity in Health Care

Intercultural Communication in Health Care Identity and intercultural communication are crucial aspects when dealing with health care. As explained in Experiencing Intercultural Communication (EIC), as the world becomes more culturally diverse, so does the necessity to effectively communicate with other cultures and identities and acclimate with some form of affirmation (Martin, Nakayama, 2011, p. 365). … Read more

Levels of intercultural communication’s impact

Impact of intercultural communication can be divided into three levels of analysis, individual system, episodic system and relation system. The individual system possess those qualities as an individual that are competent in normative social sense such as communicator confidence increases, efficacy beliefs increases, approach dispositions increase, the relative cost and benefit ratio of a situation … Read more

What Is The Non-Verbal Correspondence?

Non-verbal correspondence is a liberal part in our well-ordered lives and do react on non-verbal signs like development, non-verbal correspondence, eye to eye affiliation and outward appearances. Outward appearance is a fundamental banner in non-verbal correspondence to acknowledge what other individual is passing on the data with glare or a grin. This clarification can benefit … Read more

Social Media vs Print Media

Social Media Primarily internet or cellular phone based applications and tools to share information among people. Social media includes popular networking websites, like Facebook and Twitter; as well as bookmarking sites like Reddit. It involves blogging and forums and any aspect of an interactive presence which allows individuals the ability to engage in conversations with … Read more

My Reason for being alone

Being alone and being lonely is different. You can be alone but not feel lonely and yet feel lonely even when you’re with other people. Enjoying the feeling of solitude doesn’t necessarily mean I’m anti-social it’s just that I enjoy the feeling of having time to myself to just laze around and watch my favorite … Read more

"Connected But Alone" Talk By Sherry Turkle

In this particular video clip, Sherry Turkle discussed people prefer technology driven relationship together with the fondness of people towards the so called “little device” that predominantly are shifting the culture of communication. Primarily, I was earnestly impacted by the statements and ideas she discussed; “we’re letting technology takes us to places that we don’t … Read more

The importance of a father in the home

“Studies show that if your child’s father is affectionate, supportive, and involved, he can contribute greatly to your child’s cognitive, language, and social development, as well as academic achievement, a strong inner core resource, sense of well-being, good self-esteem, and authenticity”, Quoted by Dr. Gail Gross. Today, the father’s role is more than providing for … Read more